Be dinner winners, not sinners
I think We should learn some food ethics before planning a foreign trip in these countries .Often we see that some of the people have a very bad habit of yelling at staff, chomping loudly or skipping out on the bill in the restaurant. If you are one of them then you should know that these things considered very bad in most countries.In this article we will tell you a list of dining dos and don’ts for tourists.
GERMANY - GIVE NO-SHOWS THE HEAVE-HO
In Germany, we are on schedule and sharp, hospitality hotshot Tobias Blecher. If you’re not able to visit a restaurant and made a reservation, just make a call.
GEORGIA - CULL THE CUTLERY FOR LOCAL DELICACIES
We have really tasty food and our traditions in how you eat it, Georgian guru Ilia Saganelidze said. “For example, Khinkali is traditional and you don’t need a knife and fork to eat it.
PORTUGAL - SAY G’DAY ... BUT TRY IT IN PORTUGUESE
We are very friendly, Portugese expert Paulo Pereira said. “But for waiters in Portugal their communication in other languages is also very important because many people are from England, Germany, France and China.”
FINLAND - NO SNAPS FOR FINGER SNAPPING
There aren’t many big “no-no”s in Finland, maybe just finger snapping.